Project Summary: Guide to Making Open Textbooks With Students
@lizmays Thanks, Liz! I won’t submit the article until Monday, and even then it will need to probably be edited and revised, so there will be plenty of time I think. And I’ll take a look at the case studies section of the book!
@clhendricksbc Sounds great! Let me know if there is any other way I can be of help this weekend. In addition, this project might make a good one to highlight. Julie Ward’s Hispanic literature anthology critical edition assignment (which she did with her class) is now being expanded by other faculty in other classrooms. Info here: https://forum.rebus.community/topic/135/project-summary-antología-abierta-de-literatura-hispánica and here: https://about.rebus.community/2017/08/a-new-era-of-student-created-anthologies-antologia-abierta-de-literatura-hispanica/ A version of the assignment is also included in the Assignments portion of the Guide to Making Open Textbooks With Students.
@clhendricksbc Just wanted to let you know that the major tweak we were working on is now implemented.
@clhendricksbc If you do get an ETA of when the piece might run, can you let me know? I’d like to keep an eye out to amplify!
To all who contributed to the Guide to Making Open Textbooks With Students, thank you again.
We’re thrilled to say that the first edition of the Guide is now officially live!
The book link is here: https://press.rebus.community/makingopentextbookswithstudents/
And we’ve put up a blog post about the guide here.
Please feel free to share the guide far and wide.
And of course, as with everything we do, this is an iterative work. Please let us know if you have ideas we might incorporate into the next edition!